[SATLUG] "The Linux Desktop" OSFest presentation
horned0wl93 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 06:02:10 CDT 2008
John Ziriax wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 7:41 PM, Borries Demeler
> <demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu> wrote:
>> Many windows users run some sort of Intuit Quicken or Quickbooks software.
>> I once tried gnucash, but didn't think this was an equivalent application.
>> Can you recommend something that is more similar to quicken? I see lack of
>> equivalent business software (also tax prep software, unless you use a web app,
>> like turbotax) still as a problem for some people to migrate.
> Crossover Office is supposed to run Quicken and Turbotax. I use it for
> MS Office stuff to check that Openoffice has done the right thing. Not
> needed some much anymore, but my docs are usually simple.
I haven't used M$O in probably a year now, and haven't looked back. I
use OO for everything from letters to documents to spreadsheets to
powerpoint presentations, and yes, they all work on Windoze machines as
their M$O counterparts. I can't yet speak to accounting or tax
applications, but haven't needed to try them yet. My .02...
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